Trump, who's been in a constant battle with the media, comes in 7 points below CNN among all adults when it comes to trust.
Fully five percent more of the American public, however, says they do not trust the media at all than they did in March, expanding from 32 to 37 percent of adults.
"On Monday, Donald Trump also tweeted that all the" fake news" media will be forced to move their focus on his administration's accomplishments, as well as job numbers, economy and the success with fighting the Islamic State. When Marist conducted a similar poll in 2011, 42 percent of respondents could not name the year the US broke away from Great Britain.
McCain-led U.S. team visits Pakistan for security talks
Senator John McCain affirmed that peace in Afghanistan or elsewhere in the region is not possible without the involvement of Pakistan.
According to the poll results, 70 percent of the country say the civility in the nation's capital between Republicans and Democrats has gotten worse. Forty-three percent, meanwhile, trust the President more than they do the cable news network. The same figure among all Republicans was a still impressive 84 percent. Thirty-four percent called them "mean", while 26 percent thought they were "entertaining".
Trust in the USA military, which is historically found to be high, was not polled. It's about time!", and, "Fake News CNN is looking at big management changes now that they got caught falsely pushing their phony Russian stories.
The poll was conducted among 1,205 respondents between June 21 and June 25. Among Democrats, 5 per cent voted in favour of Trump and 91 per cent for CNN.
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While 77 percent of the people surveyed correctly named Great Britain when asked which country the United States won its independence from, 23 percent - almost a quarter of the population - named the wrong country or weren't sure, a NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll found.